Walking out of the office on March 4, I didn't know I would never return to my student newsroom as editor-in-chief.
We decided to cancel print until the University of Minnesota resumes in-person classes.
The University of Minnesota announced that it will transition to online-only classes on Wednesday.
The Minnesota Daily interviewed President Joan Gabel last week.
Minnesota is home to more than 70,000 wild turkeys. They thrive at the University of Minnesota campus, which has ideal green spaces for the turkeys to find food and shelter.
Two University of Minnesota wrestlers who were held on probable cause of criminal sexual conduct are not being charged. The case investigation remains open.
The Board of Regents will vote Friday on a resolution to decline President Eric Kaler's preliminary recommendations to rename Coffman Union, Nicholson Hall, Middlebrook Hall and Coffey Hall.
Students and community members filled the lawn outside Northrop Auditorium Friday afternoon to support environmental initiatives and celebrate nearly 50 years of Earth Day.
A handful of advocates for fair employment and workers’ safety gathered at The Arrow Apartments Monday to protest alleged ongoing issues with workers’ safety and construction at the student apartments.
Chemicals on the carpeting installed in September present potential hazards to workers’ health, according to a recently-completed lab analysis initiated by the Minneapolis Building and Construction Trades Council.